Event planners looking for the opportunity to immerse their delegates in Tasmania’s pristine wilderness and food culture need go no further than the North West. Home to Cape Grim’s air monitoring station that regularly records the world’s cleanest air, the North West is bursting with award-winning produce. Featuring some of Tasmania’s most prosperous farming lands, the rich red soil produces divine fruit, vegetables, dairy, prime beef cattle and wilderness honey – all on offer for delegates as part of the conference menu.
Tasmania’s famous Wilderness World Heritage Area is easily accessible in this region. Cradle Mountain National Park is just over an hour’s drive from the coast and the area offers excellent group accommodation. The Tarkine Wilderness Area, the greatest expanse of cool temperate rain forest in Australia, and the second largest in the world, is just 1 hour 40 minutes along the coast. Strahan, a beautiful seaside fishing village surrounded by world heritage wilderness on the rugged West Coast, around three hours away, is ideal for conference groups.